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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, October 07, 1993, Page PAGE 4-B, Image 20

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90 Years Young, Still Giving Time Calabash resident Madgelene Bennett (at left in photo above) poses with three generations of her family at a surprise 90th birthday party given for her Sept. 25 at the Calabash Volunteer Rescue Squad. With her (from left) are granddaugh ter Sarah Holleman of Columbia, S.C.; daughter Bobbie White of Calabash; granddaughter Leanna Culbreth of Calabash; and great-grand son Trey Holleman of Columbia. Bennett has operated a thrift shop to benefit the rescue squad for ten years and was*honored for that achievement recently by Gov. Jim Hunt (in photo at left) who presented her the Governor's Award for Volunteer Service in a recent ceremony in Greenville. Slide Shows Available Locally On Upcoming Art Exhibitions Shallotte residents George M. McDaniel Jr. and Randy Hohn streiter, outreach volunteers for the N.C. Museum of Art, are available to present free slide talks in Bruns wick County. General slide programs based on the museum's permanent collection and on the special exhibition of African art objects, "Yoruba Art: A Living Tradition," on view at the museum Oct. 23-June 12 are avail able now for schools and communi ty groups. A slide program based on the exhi bition "Gift to America: Master pieces of European Painting from the Samuel H. Kress Collection" will be available in January. This exhibition by such distinguished masters as El Greco, Rubens, Tiepolo, vanDyck and others, will be on view at the mu seum Feb. 5-April 24, 1994. The museum's outreach corps in cludes 189 men and women from 63 counties. They have completed day long workshops at the museum to qualify as outreach volunteers. Another workshop is scheduled in March 1994 at the museum in Raleigh. Groups interested in scheduling a museum slide program should call Nancy Brantley, assistant to the di rector for public programs at (919)833-1935. EXTRA 1 5% Off All Men's & Ladies' SALE SHOES By Nicole, Brasshopper, Keds. Dexter & Sperry-Topsider MP A IT I* OCT nOM A t? ? 1 Mill ? i ? ? Tiri^rtMi^v and BEN FRANKLIN Main Street Shallotte ? 754-4846 Q1M3 THE BRUNSWICK BEACON Ladies' 1 5% Off Pre-Fall Sale Oct. 6-16, save 15% on new fall Dresses By Sabino Go Vickie! and Amatto Sweaters ByWyeOak, Catalina, Russ & Naomi WED. NITE BUY 1 PIZZA-2ND PIZZA* 1/2 PRICE 'Equal or lesser value THURS. NITE ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT SPAGHETTI NIGHT DINE IN Spaghetti Traditional Sauce, Garlic Bread $Q99 ONLY $A 99 Spaghetti & Meatballs. Garlic Bread 9^"" FRI. NITE ITALIAN FEAST NIGHT Spaghetti w/meatballs. Lasagna, Cheese Ravioli, Stuffed Shells. Chicken Alfredo. Chicken Parmlglana and more. Served w / salad and garlic bread $Q95_$Q95 (Try an Italian Combo Platter) Offer Good 5 PM to 9 PM Only ? Not good with any other discount or offer ? Offer expires Dec. 15, 1993 msr ROBERTO'S PIZZERIA Holden Beach 842-4999 ? Ocean Isle 579-4999 DINE IN ? CARRY OUT ? DELIVERY (Ltd. Area) V i Ocean Isle Open Wed Sat. 1 1 303m-9 pm ? Holden Beach Open Wed -Sat 1 .1 30 am-9 pm PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Williamson To Serve On Nominating Commitfe Betty S. Williamson, mayor of Ocean Isle Beach, will serve on the 1993 North Carolina League of Municipali ties Nominating Committee, rep resenting Bla den, Brunswick, Columbus, Du plin, New Han over, Pender and Samptson WILLIAMSON counties. The annual convention will be held Oct. 17-18 at the Charlie Rose Agri-Expo Center in Fayetteville. The nominat ing committee will recommend can didates to serve as directors and offi cers for the N.C. League of Muni cipalities for the 1994 fiscal year. Williamson has been Ocean Isle Beach mayor since 1987. Retiring After 65 Years C.D. Houser of Sunset Beach has announced his plans to retire after 65 years in newspaper circulation. Houser established the USA Today dealership in the South Brunswick Islands and Grand Strand areas. His career began in 1928 at age 12 as a carrier for the Dallas News and Journal. He worked for seven major newspapers in four states be fore retiring in 1981 from Dardanell Newspapers in Monroeville, Pa., publisher of 13 weekly newspapers. He spent the next two years as consultant for a daily newspaper in Monroeville before being offered the opportunity to establish the USA Today dealership here. After 65 years and two previous retirements, Houser says "this time it's for good," and adds that he has only been out of work for three weeks in his career. He and his wife Luise will contin ue to live in the Sunset Beach area. Hilts Back In Port Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Christopher S. Hilts recently re turned from a six-month Mediter ranean and Red Sea deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, homeported in ? Norfolk. Va., the lead ship in its bat tle group. Hilts is the son of Donna M. Doling of Leland. The ship, with its 5.290-man crew, supported Operation Deny Flight, enforcing the United Nations -sactioned "no-fly" zone over Bos nia Herzegovina. Aircraft from USS Roosevelt also supported Operation Provide Promise by monitoring hu manitarian air-drop missions into the troubled former Yugoslavia. Since departing Norfolk in March, the carrier spent 165 of 183 days at sea. Hilts enjoyed port visits to Rhodes and Corfu, Greece, and Naples, Italy. A 1983 graduate of Herkimer (N.Y.) High School joined the Navy in May 1985. Stationed On Tender Navy Fireman James F. Meares, son of Myrtle M. Savage of Leland, recently reported for duty aboard the submarine tender USS Holland , homeported in Charleston, S.C. The 1992 graduate of North Brunswick High School joined the Navy in August 1992. Unit Commended Navy Airman Recruit Kareem M. Waddell, son of Debra Y. Waddel of Leland, recently received the Mer itorious Unit Commendation, along with his shipmates with Strike Figh ter Squadron 15, Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Fla., and the crews of its embarked units. Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton was on hand to welcome the crews home from their six-month deployment and presented the award while many of the 6,000 sailors and Marines on board the Theodore Roosevelt watched the ceremony as it was broadcast over the aircraft carrier's closed-circuit television. The award noted that the person nel and its embarked units conduct ed operations of international signif icance in the Mediterranean, Adriat ic and Red Seas, playing vital roles in Operations Deny Flight, Provide Promise and Maritime Guard from March to August. Crewmembers were recognized for sustaining "an unprecedented 90 percent operations tempo" through out the deployment. The 1990 graduate of North Brunswick High School joined the Navy in November 1990. Aboard The Lincoln Seaman Apprentice Todd B. Zoller, son of Patricia A. McGinnis of Southport, is currently deployed and midway through a six- month Western Pacific and Persian Gulf de ployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, homeported in Alameda, Calif., as lead ship of the USS Abraham Lincoln battle group. The group is operating in support of the United Nations-sanctioned "no-fly zone" over Southern Iraq. As part of this effort, known as Operation Southern Watch, the Lincoln's air wing, Carrier Air Wing Eleven, is conducting regular sur veillance operations over the region. The 1990 graduate of John T. Hoggard High School of Wilm ington joined the Navy in May 1992. Business Women Offer Scholarship The Waccamaw Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will accept applications for fall 1994 scholarships until March 31, 1994. Women interested in applying for a scholarship may contact ABWA education chair Patricia Bennett at Coastal Carolina University (803) 349-2900 or send a request for an application and guidelines to P.O. Box 1826, Conway SC 29526. Waccamaw Reunion Set September 30 The Waccamaw School reunion has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 30, at 6:30 p.m. at Larry's Rest aurant in Calabash. Waccamaw School alumni will gather for dinner. Participants will order from the menu and pay for their own meals. For more information, call Ray Little at 579-7344. Come Meet Rich & Auntie Penny Monday, October 11, 7-9 PM ?*You and your family are invited to a special event at Carson C( "Auntie Penny" Cards & Gifts at Twin Creek Plaza. OOur Guests of Honor will be Tom Clark's Rich & Auntie Penny to be available only at in-store parties such as this one! Sorry, we cannot accept phone orders or save pieces^ xj Don't miss out on the only occasion you might have to acquire this special series by Tom Clark and to talk to our Cairn Studio Representative, Tim Hull who will be available to answer any questions. fy Come meet other collectors, exchange stories and ei\joy refreshments, and be one of the lucky few to add Rich & Auntie Penny to your collection 6Bring this card to win one of two retired pieces. Monday, October 11, 7-9 PM1 RlCh ? . iVna CADDS &GYFT& Twin Creek Plaza, Shaflotte, 754-9968 ? 10* DISCOUNT OFF GREETING CARDS ONLY-SR. CITIZENS ci?ki the brunswck BeAcoN Soecal Gifts tat Special People ? Bridal 4 Gift Regsfry ? FREE GFT WRAP ? Hourc: Mon. -Sat 9:30-8 Sun. 1:30-6 CAI^y BEDS, BEDS & MORE BEDS BEDLAND HAS THE LARGEST SELECTION. CHOOSE YOUR FIRMNESS, CHOOSE YOUR PRICE. 20 DIFFERENT MODELS IN STOCK. FIRM ?PC. *39 FULL, EA. PC $49 QUEEN, SET $139 KING, SET $199 SEALY FIRM TWIN EA. PC. FULL, EA. 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